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KVBNWO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II.. I'lUIUY, MAnCII IS. 1007.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Hawaiian Commandery Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Oecanie First Degree.
All visiting member! ot tbs
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodzts.
HARMONY LODGE, No. J, I, 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
In I. O. 0 F.' Hall, Fort street.
K. n. HENDIIV, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N. Q.
Ml Ylnltlnc brothers very cordially
MYOTIC LODOC, No. I, K. f F.
Meets every Tuesday oenlng at
7:20 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, cor.
Kort and llcrctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
a. s. wisiinnn, c. c.
r. walduon, k. n. s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ( ft
Meets cvory Friday evening at
K. of 1'. Hall, cor. Fort nnd llcrc
tanla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodgo No. 2, Wm. McKlnley Lodge
No. S, nnd visiting brothers cordial
n. GOSLING. C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. It. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE (II, B. I. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. P. O. E.,
-n. Ill moot In their halt on King near
Fort street cucry Friday evening.
By ordor of tho R. It.
IIAllltY II. SIMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY. E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.f P.
Meets ovcry Saturday ovcnlng at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Hcrctaul.i. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited ta attend.
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
H. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S,
HONOLULU AErilE 140, F. O. S.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WEDNl'.H
DAY evenings of each month s.t 7:30
eftlock in K. of P. Hall, Kins stnt
Visiting Eagle are Invited tc- at
L. K. TOOMKY. President.
II. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourtr
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. 1
Visiting brothers cordially lnltd i
E. V. TODD. Sachem.
A. i:. MUUl'IIY. C. ut It
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets arcry second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at Sun Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially in
vited to attimd,
F. V. WEED, Prcs.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show yon another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Is not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Must have the DEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF D09TON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would bo fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Blank books of nil sorts, lodgers
etc.. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
king and Bsthcl Sts.
Like So Much
nre the short ends which you
cut off from pieces of lumber
to secure the right length.
They cost you money, and are
no use to you. This great
waste is prevented if you buy
your lumber at the largest
yard in Honolulu. Here you
can secure the exact dimen
177 S. KING ST.
Isochromatic and ordinary.
With a complete stock both
of these plates and of our fa
mous Hammer Plates, we are
in a position to satisfy the in
dividual taste of every one of
" Everything Photographic "
Milk That Is Handled
From 5 to 20 Times
Before it reaches you, is subject to
many kinds of contamination.
Milk that is sealed in air-tight
cans is secure against germs of bac
teria of any sort. That's why you
Our Pacifio Coast cows are well-fed
and well-kept and consequently givo
rich, pure milk.
We remove two-thirds of the water
by evaporation, sterilize the milk and
cream and immediately seal it in
germ-proof, air-proof and dirt-proof
tins. You're not paying for bacteria
when you buy Carnation Cream.
Cream Salad Dressing
Two obkb, half cup Carnation Cream.
Half tenspoonful fait. A little enjonno
pepper Halt teaspoonful powdered
mustard. Half cu; vinogar, mix In
howl, put lwl fn hot water and cook
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Persons out of work are nev
er too poor to buy or borrow a
Bulletin to read its Want Ads.
That is why the Want Ads. are
helpful to housekeepers and
Panama hats cleaned nt the filobe. '
New shirt waists nt Whitney te
Symphony Society iclicnrsul this
Floral P.irado souvenirs for sale at
nit news stands.
Ilcst cup ot coffco In tho city. New
The eight KnUnnlto gamblers put up
$10 and costs cslerday.
Social nrter the business meeting of
the Scottish Thistle club this ovcliltiir.
You get n choke ronst at 10 cents per
lHiund when ju order from the Par
asol'. I'l.iln and striped pineapple silks, 'M
Inches wide, fiOc. d, at Whittle)
Take your carriage or automobile to
llnwnlkvu Carriage Munfg. Co., for up-
Oaliu Lodgo, No. 1, K. of P., will
meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of
I' Hall, King street.
A Lilly goat owned the lapltol i'S'
ttrduy Tor u short while. He was tin
(lilt llllllKI.il to UKIltU.
Mrs. Reams' Hawaiian presents and
chutney packed and shipped by cery
. tentuer. Order a case.
Demi) & Co. rent nutnmatlc sewing
ninc.'ilties, $1 per week or S3 n month
Phono Main 4.SS. Kort St.
Itegulnr meeting of 'Polynesian En
campment this evening. Members mo
requested to attend this meeting
When looking for u somenlr do not
tall to visit I0G4 Kort street, where II.
Ctilmiin has a large line of leaders.
Oaliu College untl Puliation Prepar
atory were closed yesterday out of re
tpect to the lmnioiy of the Intc Mix.
A. Clnrtlev will lecture on phntos
rnpliv nt the Y. M. C. A. tonight. The
li'Uarc will begin nt 8 o'clock. All mo
The Hawaiian Hotel will serve it
(.well dinner tonight from G to S
o'clock Their menu will lie found In
S. T. Lewis, a publisher of Chicago,
writes that he Intends visiting this
illy during April. Mrs. I,cwlswlll nc
The cup prizes, eight of them, to bo
cin at the regatta tomorrow, were on
exhibition In Secietnry Atkinson's of
All metal Bin faces should he pro
tected with a smooth even tout nl
.lUernln-Wlllintiis Pure Achcson
The musical circle of the Kiloliaua
Art league has arranged for an "Even
ing with llecthoven" next Thursday.
.Mulch 21, In I. 0. O. P. hall.
Aquatic entertainment for Los An
geles visitors at Hotel Hatha, Monday
March IStli, S:20 t. m. Visitors
free. Admission others, 2Gc Including
Thero nro a lot of people trading at
Mom's this week people who havo
found u plnco wheie they can fecurt
the prettiest shirt waists and the most
itj llsli dress skirts.
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs, re
duces temneraturo as much us 35 de
grees. This has been ascertained by
actual test California Kccil Co.,
James Corrlgnn, n wealthy mine op
erator of Cleveland. O., Mrs. M. K.
Scott, of Cleveland, Mrs. Messer or tho
butne city and Miss V. Stetson of Scal
ile. Wash,, will leave for Japan today
on the, Mongolia.
Tho V. M. C. A. Is planning a social
and reception for Its 100 new meiubci&
Ihursdny night, Match 21. A good
program is being prepaied. All mem
bers, old and new, should bo on lianil
to receive nnd be received.
Dick Kcltona, n Hawaiian who
worked for souio mouths on the dredg
ir In tho harbor, has a wonderful col
lection of coins that havo been biought
up from Clio bottom of tho bay, Ono of
the coins Is dated l'JSO and Is ot Span
Onhu Lodgo No. 1, Knights of Pyth
ias, meets this owning for the first
time In tho new hall, comer of Kent
and Iletetnnla avenue. Thcie Is to bo
work In the thlid rank, and all mem
bers of the order are Kindly invited Jo
Tho Territory Stables Co. are again
nt business at their old stand with a
new manager. The best of livery on
hand and furnished upon short no
tice. The tare and boarding of horses
guaranteed to bo the best and satisfac
llnk'lwu will have more than tho
usual attt actions on Sunday tor tho
pleasure ot tho Los Angeles vlsltois.
.Manager Dldgood will oiler two prizes
In the golf tournament and It is
thought one may go to a California
plajcr The limited will leavo ut !):15
Representative Sllva of Knun! is
very sick with 'pneumonia, and has not
been present at the Himbo since last
week, ills condition Is reported to bo
very serious and tho doctor has oidored
that mi ono bo allowed to see htm.
flrnvo fears as to his i ecu very uro en
At the ROYAL HAWAIIAN HO
TEL this evening.
Music at dinner hour.
Dance after dinner.
All are welcome. , '
has always been one of our chief
aims, lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, it
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN CURIOS AND' JEWELRY
Quality Is My Watchward
tmd H. C. is
my trademark, which stands for the highest standard of souvenirs
produced in Honolulu.
See the many new designs in Hawaiian enameled souvenir
jewelry, which lead all others in ORIGINALITY, WORKMAN
SHIP AND QUALITY.
TRY THE HAWAIIAN CIGAR.
This cigar is made of one-half Hawaiian and the other half Ha
vana tobacco. This combination makes a cigar equal if not superior to
any high-grade clear Havana cigar en the market. Ask for them here.
HOTEL AND. FORT STREETS.
FIVE VALUABLE PRIZES OFFERED FOR HIGHEST SCORES
MADE FROM MARCH 1ST TO APRIL 1ST.
Hotel Baths Bowling Alleys
o AT o
Yee Chan's Store
Grand round-up sale previous to removal to Castle & Cooke's
We will offer our entire Stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
LADIES' AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS,
SHOES, etc., AT COST and in many instances BELOW COST!
FIGURED LAWN 20 yds. for $1.00
FINE SHEETS (Laree Size) 81 x 90 65o each
HEAVY WHITE QUILT (Large Size) 75o each
LADIES' VESTS 5o each, 6 for 25o
LADIES' VESTS (extra heavy) 10c each, 3 for 25o
LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS from 50c up
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS ' from 50o up
HEAVY TURKISH TOWELS from 5c aniece up
MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS from 35c apiece up
MENS UNDERSHIRTS from 15c apiece up
.MEN'S SOX from 5c a pair up
1005.1009-1013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING STREET.
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ench passenger will ho lomcnibcied
! nu uppiiipriuto gift, lie on hand
curly with 11 hroad smile, u sweet
disposition, and u pair of Kind hands,
Airnngemonts nio being mado for
a Kiaud minstrel entertainment to
ho gien on tho icturn trip iibout tho'
thlid dny nut fiom Honolulu. Watch
the dully papeis for particulars.
II. 1. 0. Elks aro lcquested to reg
ister with llro. Hampton or Ilro.
Alles, Wo go to Honolulu Lodge
wlillo visiting there.
Sir Knights, Members of the Scot
lt It Hlto anil Shrlners will pleasa
hand their names to 10. 1'. Ilnsbyshcll,
Y. 0, Hutchinson or L. Klmhlo.
PELE FIRED UP
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amis. A connnltteo of ladles worked
all day and It Was wnrlt.
The lunu was under tho direction
nt Hov. S, L. Dcshn. Ho looked utter
in ery thing, excopt the heorj ho io
fused to oven slgu tho receipt for tho
Tlio guests Iicb.ui iirrivlng about
half after live, All tho I.os Angolens
A Mine of Rich Knowl
edge about the history and
art and literature of Chi
na and Japan is given you
in these books by Capt. (
Brinkley. The books,
leather and board bound,
are handsomely illustrat
ed. Sold on easy pay'ts.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin ntvaa a romnlntA aummirv off
I tli nw. of' the day.
1064 Fort St.
v.cro there. All of Hllo and many
1'iom up tho roftd and ulong the
toast wcio on hnnd. More thun sev
en huhdrcd sat down to the tables.
The committee used excellent Judg
ment by alternating the homo people
vltli tho visitors.
Then tho eating began. They had
to iibo their lingers. All weie hun
gry. It was back to nature, and they
enjojed thonibclves. Bomtuno said
tho pig wus dos, but Southern Call
foriituns' didn't caio. They nio out
to sco nil thcro Is going, nnd cat
nerythlng now. A menu card gavo
them polntcisand whnt tho delicacies
About S p'clock, Toniitmnrter John
A. Scott bado tho visitors welcomu
tmd tried to cull the ciowd to oidor,
Mr. Scott bald:
"Mr. Hcrron, Members of tho l.os
Angeles Chamber of Commcrco, and
1'ellow Visitors fiom tho good Bhlp
Ohio: On behalf of tho Hoard of
Trade of Hllo, nnd on behalf of my
fellow-citizens of Hllo, I wish to ex
pi ess to you a very hearty welcome.
Welcome to tho city of Hllo, und to
the Island of Hawaii.
"This is your llrst trip to tha
l'uiudlso of tho Pacific, und I trust
that It Is the roiuittnuer of u fcloso
business connection between your
prosperous community and these Isl
"I trust that ou hae taken ml
Mintage of your visit and enjoyed
ourselves, and that you havo all vls
Ilea the Volcano, one of Nature's
greatest wonders, on this Island.
"And I wish to thank the commit
tee who lme provided this" bountiful
spread for our honeflt." '
How It Happened
Mr. Scott than cnlled on Frank
Wiggins, secretary of the l.os Ange
les Chamber of Commerce. Wiggins
disclaimed Bpeechmnklng ability nnd
raid he would merely tell how they
r a inc. He snjd:
"Six months ugo, Mr. It. I'. Wood,
Secretary of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, visited Los Angeles, und
spoke of visit to It. I., etc.
"It was Mr. Hebron who mado It
possible for the acceptance of that In
vitation. Mr. Hcrron was chairman
of the excursion committee. Mr. Her
ion represents the Hoard of Directors
fn this excursion. At the time thn
Invitation ot the Hawaii Promotion
Committee was accepted, Hllo was
not mentioned. Tho excursion was
to hove been to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. "Wo cvpected to leave homo about
the -.lid of February, and In conse
quence of not being able to securo
tonl for our ship, wo did not leavo
until the 2nd of March. It was dur
ing the intervening tlmo that we
heard of Hllo, and to Hllo we came."
Mr. Wiggins said It. It. Hcrron was
the man to do tho talking. He mado
the motion in the Chamber of Com
merce to start the excursion nnd
was mado the chairman of tho com
mittee, Mr. Hcrron spoke briefly:
"Mr. Chairman, Members, and La
dles and Gentlemen of the City of
Hllo: I did not come here to make
anv remarks, hut Brother Wiggins
lint nsked me to do so.
"I wish to state that wo havo not
here the representative party of bus
iness men Hint we expected to bring,
When I made tho motion Hint we
Visit the Hawaiian Islands, so that
closer commercial relations between
our Islands and Los Angeles ho se
cured, I supposed, of course, that
there would bo more business men
among tho party.
"Wo have here tonight 250 repre
sentntlves of Southern California, and
while we did not expect to visit Hllo
In the start, I must say, on behalf of
each und every member ot this party,
and I think they will stand by me,
that we nro mighty glad that we
came to Hllo. v '
'"I am going to ask MV. Chairman
that he request Judge Haines to re
epond for the Chamber ot Commerce.
L. M. Le lllond spoke eloquently
for the Hllo Hoard ot Trade. Judge
Haines, speaking for tho Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce', paid a high
tribute to the Island people nnd ex
tended hearty greetings from the
dty across tho sen.
Desha for Hawaiian
Rev. S. L. Desha charmed tho au
dience with a Hawaiian address and
treated much pleasure by translating
his own speech:
"I have Just been requested by the
citizens of Hllo to express, on behalf
of tho native Hawallans, a few words
of thanks towards you who are visit
"It Is well known, from time Im
memorial, that Hawaii Is noted for
Its hospitality, and wo Blucerely hope
that wo havo not given you nny cause,
to stnto that tho report was Incorrect,
Mr. Desha gave tho Hawaiian ver
sion of tho creation. They believed
that tho unlveise was created out of
n pumpkin, tho Dlety taking out tho
various parts and casting them
broadcast, thus forming some of tho
The pumpkin was supposed to havo
been cut a little nbovo tho center,
nnd tho different parts were trans
lormed as follows: Ilottom Earth,
lop Hcuvens. Seeds Stars. Fi
Ho stated that when the Deity
grasped a quantity of tho Hiiro in his
bunds nnd squeezed It, it caused rnin.
The extia heavy rainfall of Hllo Is
accounted for by tho fn6t that n very
large amount of tho flhro lodged In
tho firmament Just auovo the city.
Ho nlso told the Hnwallan version
of tho creation of Adam and Eve,
which Is tho samo ns tiny other ver
sion. See Illble.
Welcome of. Women
Mrs, J. E. Cowles, head of Los An
gelen Woman's Club, made brief
rnd pithy remarks;
"This was (list Intended as a trip
of business men, hut wo have on
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suitt
We have a remarkably fine assort
raent of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you ars sure to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W..W. Aliana & Co.,
02 King 8t
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 881
Thursday, March 14.
Fr. S. S. Amlrnl Fourlchcln, Fnl-
oime, from Yokohnmn, 0:20 p. in,
Friday, March it.
S. S. Cujitlc, Dixon, from Orient,
iUi I .
Thursday, .March 14.
Btmr. Mlknhala, Gregory, for Knual
ports, 5 ). m.
Stmr. Helene, Nelson, for Knwalhuc,
Z . m.
Friday, March IB.
Stmr. Mnunn I.oa, Slmerson, for Maul
und Hawaii ports, noon,
V. M. S. & Cotitlc, Dixon, from the
Orient, In nfternoon.
i 8AILINQ TODAY.
1'. M S. S. Mongolia, Hathaway, for
tho Orient, S ). m.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Hawaii port?, ft p. in.
P. M. S. S. Co.otlc, Dixon, for Son
Francisco, may still ut night.
A.-1I. S. S. Ncvndan, Greene, for
Kahplul, 5 p. m.
S. S. Coptic, Dixon, for San Fran
cisco, C p. m.
8AILINQ TOMORROW. .
Nor. S. S. SJldta, Christiansen, for
Ilk. It. P. Hlthet, Drew, Tor San
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from lllln
and way ports, In forenoon,
. DUE SUNDAY.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Plliz, from Molokal,
Maul and ljinal ports, early In mom
Iim. Stmr. W. a. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, early In morning.
tt PASSENGERS M
ft Booked K
Per stmr. Mnunn Loa, for Maul ami
Hnnail ports, Mar. 15, 12 m. J. Gold
stein, U R. A. Hart, Phillip Ing. S.
Haaky, wife and child, Miss E. Hall,
C. K. Notlcy, J. S. Moloney, T. C.
White, O. F. Wright, y. SnUtlt nncl
wife, L. iinrkhauscn. J. F. C. Hagens,
Miss Oone, T. F. Hustncc.
Per stmr. Clnlidlne, for Maui and
Hawaii ports, March 15. Wm. Speyor,
John Fleming, Dr. Alsln, Mrs. C. A.
Cash. D. U Meyer. L. R. A. Hart, A.
E. Jordan, E. O. Clark, E. K. Hendry,
board 113 ladles. On behalf of
theso ladles I wish to express our
heartfelt thanks to all tho ladles of
Hllo. because wo realize that, with
out the ladles, there certainly would
have been no luau.
"What you women need in Hawaii
is a Woman'! Improvement Club, to
put you in touch with your sisters all
over the civiliwd world.
"tor tne women or tho Ohio, tor
the women of I.os Angeles, for tho
women of till the civilized world, wo
Itev. Mr. Hill of Hllo made a rous
ing American talk that called for fre
quent and enthusiastic applause.
The official alohas having been
(aid the floors were cleared for
dancing for the crowd and by thi
specialists. A shout went up when a
leal hula was announced. All wero
pleneed but Itev. S. L. Desha. It was
no pleasuVe for him to see n young
Hawaiian man and woman dancing
the once Interdicted hula. The cuss
was taken off by Miss Marcher treat
ing the peoplo to the more modern
dance of tho stage. She Is n pretty
girl and dances well. Sheriff Keola
nut sang several songs. Eight little
girls sang a pretty cantata. A threo
foot Hawaiian, danced u hula as ho
would saw wood.
It was a good time. It was great.
It will bo many moons before Illlo's
luau is outdone.
Tho trip tn tho Volcano Is In a
class by Itself. 4M
Tlioro is only one Demosthenes
who knows how to take cure ot nn
Impossible crowd and keep lilmsclt
and tho crowd good-natured.
Some of tho kickers said they
didn't like It, but ten to ono it will
bo found thntsthcy were the ones
who sneaked In nnd mado the cirtin
twenty and the Impossible one hun
dred that should havo been eighty.
Tho flrbt coach hearing tho Los An
gclens rolled unAer the porch of the
Volcano House nbnut 7 o'clock on
Monday night. It wns a rainy, drizz
ly evening with nothing to cheer ex
cept the warm llro within and tho
long of tho stage passengers, "There.
'11 bo a hot tlmo In tho old town to
night." Most of them wanted to know
where the fire was the moment they
landed and Demostliones pointed to
the lire-place. Others thought they
might go to tho Houso ot Fire before
dinner. Still others with an Idea to
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